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I Love to Rhyme
I Love to Rhyme: The Lyrics of Ira Gershwin 23 March
In this episode, Alan Farley and Gershwin biographer Philip Furia conclude their look at "The Firebrand of Florence" and consider the film musical "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim," for which Ira wrote lyrics to previously unused music by his late brother George.
From The Firebrand of Florence:
Night Music and Tarantella
A Rhyme for Angela
The World Is Full of Villains
You Have to Do What You Do Do
Love Is My Enemy
From The Shocking Miss Pilgrim:
Changing My Tune
Stand Up and Fight
Aren't You Kinda Glad We Did?
The Back Bay Polka
For You, For Me, For Evermore